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Well-plate observation

Scanning wells

Multi-well plates have become widespread in contemporary biology as a tool that allows for data acquisition from multiple samples under the same conditions. Multi-well plates are indispensable sample holders when trying to increase the number of experiments that can be performed to obtain data with higher reliability.
However, as the number of experiments and well plate size increases, it takes much more time to evaluate.

Image Stitching

Objective lens: CFI Plan Apo λ 10x
Image stitching: 7 images x 10 images

Automatic scanning

Automatic image capturing is possible by registering on the Stage View

Once you have the BZ-X700:

The large, high-speed motorized stage supports multi-well plates, which enables observation of these plates without the need to transfer or adjust the samples.

The stage is navigated instantly to the area of interest simply by clicking a well to be observed on the Stage View.

When an area of the specimen is too large to fall within a single field-of-view, multiple images can be captured at different locations and a high resolution image can be created by stitching these images.

Multiple well locations can be registered and automatically scanned.

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